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... the "wasted" time.
The first section, Catania to Messina, went by quickly and soon we found ourselves eating sandwiches and waiting for the next train to arrive. This is where things turned sour.We sat in the shorter end of a train car, one that contained only 6 sets of seats(a seat being 4 chairs). As we settled into our seats, a family of gypsies crowded in and took up 4 of the remaining sets ...
... to visit 4 10 years. Fantastic!!
First of course the duomo, then lunch under the grape vine, then the castillo.
Then hit the waves, what a fabulous day.
After returning to Palermo drinks at the first bar,
A large beer and what seemed like a pint of gin n a dash of tonic 4 jen n I.
Ended day with a lovely meal n a gelato n Canelo at our local gelataria.
Its tough but we r hanging in there.
Ann nJeff xxx
... 50. I mean, I would have tapped that fine anatomy. The remainder of the eight were a couple from Malta and a young family of three from Moldova.
First on the programme that morning was the serene Alcantara Valley south of Taormina where the Alcantara River, the longest in Sicily, cascades in a succession of mild waterfalls and moderate rapids as it flows through the volcanic landscape north of Etna before draining into the Ionian Sea at Giardini-Naxos. We walked through ...
... to travel from the far south of the country to its northern borders and further into Europe and find yourself on comfortable, appropriate transportation headed for your destination within the hour. Asia, and particularly India, for that matter lags in this respect even as I declare that considering the circumstances of our Nation, there is no greater human endeavour than the Indian Railways.
In my opinion, Europe is handicapped regarding the instant availability ...
... not unattractive, pixie-like tour guide with carrot hair, herself protected in a quilted jacket, explained the process by which the tufa stone was extricated and shaped. Even further underground were the improvised bomb shelters with graffiti on the walls and strewn with toys and other mundane articles left behind by the air raid survivors; eerie reminders of a not so distant but unfathomable past. Later, we were led walking sideways with candles through a narrow ...